Tired of hearing the whining about "the no call"

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  • jabparker4 Nov 21, 2013
    Veteran

    I guess he missed the part to where the VP of all the officials agreed the call was right and the ball was uncatchable.

  • ncsufan18 Nov 20, 2013
    Pro

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    If you consider that a tackle, then I must have missed the part where the NFL is now the National Flag Football League.

  • TheBigLC Nov 19, 2013
    Bench Warmer

    Easy to be number 1 in tackles when you can tackle a reciever before the ball gets to him and not get a flag.

  • Brackettville2.0 Nov 19, 2013
    Veteran

    Too many people jumping on the Brady/Patriots bandwagon. I don't hear any outrage over #61 O lineman that intentionally leg whipped Charles Johnson and took him out of the game. Panthers were the better team last night. #1 Defense in the league is not a fluke. Luke Kuechly lead the NFL in tackles last year, his rookie season. He played 3 years at BC and almost broke the all time NCAA tackles record. He matched Tom Brady call for call last night and is getting no love. It's over folks. There are other teams that are good now. Accept it!

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